SMYL Community College is a referral only ‘Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education' (CARE) School that caters specifically for students who have disengaged from mainstream education at government secondary schools.  The College offers a full-time alternative education programme under the School Education Act 1999 (WA) for 14 to 17 year olds.All students referred to the College have significant barriers to education. Teaching and learning is adjusted, and support services provided, to meet students’ needs. As a CARE school the College ‘provides a programme of study meeting the needs of an individual student delivered through an Individual Education Plan’.The College is looking for a highly motivated Re-Engagement Officer with a passion for assisting young people realise and reach their potential.This is a professionally challenging and rewarding position.  The students at SMYL typically have a poor record of participation and/or achievement in their preceding year(s) at school. You will work collaboratively with a dedicated team of professionals including teachers, trainers, psychologists, case workers, Aboriginal support workers and parents/guardians to re-engage students who are not attending the College regularly using a planned case management approach.Applicants should address the following selection criteria and show that you have: Experience working as a youth worker or psychologist or equivalent position with students at-risk of disengaging from mainstream educationWork effectively with minimal supervision to achieve goals and objectives;Work within established policies and procedures to achieve agreed outcomes;Develop and maintain professional and productive relationships with young people;Communicate effectively (including oral, written and interpersonal) and maintain positive relationships with all staff;Work as a part of a team to achieve agreed outcomes.Please note that all applicants must have a current Working with Children Check and a current driver’s license.We will be interviewing as we receive applications. Applications should be addressed to:Human Resources - SMYL Community Collegeand emailed to: humanresources@smyl.com.au     65000 AUD Australia - WA Perth Fremantle & Southern Suburbs

Re-Engagement Officer

  • Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education (CARE) School
  • Rewarding and supportive environment
  • Help young people realise and reach their potential

SMYL Community College is a referral only ‘Curriculum and Re-engagement in Education' (CARE) School that caters specifically for students who have disengaged from mainstream education at government secondary schools.  The College offers a full-time alternative education programme under the School Education Act 1999 (WA) for 14 to 17 year olds.

All students referred to the College have significant barriers to education. Teaching and learning is adjusted, and support services provided, to meet students’ needs. As a CARE school the College ‘provides a programme of study meeting the needs of an individual student delivered through an Individual Education Plan’.

The College is looking for a highly motivated Re-Engagement Officer with a passion for assisting young people realise and reach their potential.

This is a professionally challenging and rewarding position.  The students at SMYL typically have a poor record of participation and/or achievement in their preceding year(s) at school.

You will work collaboratively with a dedicated team of professionals including teachers, trainers, psychologists, case workers, Aboriginal support workers and parents/guardians to re-engage students who are not attending the College regularly using a planned case management approach.

Applicants should address the following selection criteria and show that you have:

  1. Experience working as a youth worker or psychologist or equivalent position with students at-risk of disengaging from mainstream education
  2. Work effectively with minimal supervision to achieve goals and objectives;
  3. Work within established policies and procedures to achieve agreed outcomes;
  4. Develop and maintain professional and productive relationships with young people;
  5. Communicate effectively (including oral, written and interpersonal) and maintain positive relationships with all staff;
  6. Work as a part of a team to achieve agreed outcomes.
  7. Please note that all applicants must have a current Working with Children Check and a current driver’s license.

We will be interviewing as we receive applications.

 

Applications should be addressed to:

Human Resources - SMYL Community College

and emailed to: [email protected]    

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